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Unfortunately, the release of the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta is delayed. Samsung has confirmed this in the official forum (H / T Sam Mobile). Latency affects device types in Korea and the United States. So far, Samsung has not notified when a new version will debut. However, this will not take time, so there is no doubt that the One UI 2.0 beta will be released by the end of this month.

According to an official post from the Samsung Community Forum today, a beta version of Android 10-based One UI 2.0 (via TizenHelp) will be available soon. Samsung has confirmed that the Korean and American variants of the Samsung Galaxy S10 family use the trial version for the first time. For clarity, the Galaxy S10 family includes the Samsung Galaxy S10, S10 Plus, and S10e. Galaxy S10 5G will not be included in this first release.

Samsung hopes that in the first launch of the new Android One UI screen last year, it tried to send a beta version to Korean and North American models. Uh he slowly sent her to another country.

Similar to last year's trial version, a small number of invitations will be published in the Samsung member app for the Korean model of the Galaxy S10 family. This limited space can quickly fill up and Samsung will open new places in other countries.

Samsung One does not set a specific start date for the UI 2.0 beta slot, but says "coming soon." There is no doubt that it will be seen by the end of the month. The publication also states that Sprint, T-Mobile, and unlocked devices are currently the only eligible mobile phones. Therefore, you should expect the taste of AT & T and Verizon customers.

Interestingly, Samsung's latest flagship products Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus do not appear to be part of this first beta. These devices may be part of a beta version, but they do n’t seem to be the first.

However, if Samsung released the beta in late October, it will be faster than the user interface released last year. This beta program didn't start until mid-November, so it's more likely that the steady release of Android 10 on Samsung's flagship program will be much faster than seen in last year's Android 9 Pie release. .


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